128. Re-Air of Interview with Lisa Woodruff of Organize365
Homeschool with Moxie Podcast
This is a re-air of episode #72. Want to get your homeschool paper and resources more organized than ever? Then you’re in for a treat! Here’s my chat with professional organizer Lisa Woodruff of Organize365.com and all her best tips for organizing your homeschool. Show notes are at www.4onemore.com/72--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homeschoolwithmoxie/support
95 - How She Hit 7 Figures By Breaking ALL the Rules w/ Lisa Woodruff
She Sells Radio
Welcome back to She Sells Radio with your host, Elyse Archer. This week, Elyse is sitting down with Lisa Woodruff, productivity specialist, home organization expert, and founder and CEO of Organize 365®. Lisa provides physical and motivational resources teaching busy women to take back control of their lives with functional systems that work. Today, Lisa is sharing with us how she built a million-dollar business in a way that felt right to her, and how we can apply that mindset to our work. At the end of 2011, Lisa quit her job and decided it was time for her to land in her ‘forever career’ as an entrepreneur. She’s a 4th generation female college graduate and 4th generation female business owner, so it’s in her blood. She knew she had be hiding behind ‘traditional’ positions, and even though she was going in not knowing what she would sell, she knew she would scale online. However, she noticed that people in her space were making money from ads, which she couldn’t as she didn’t have the traffic to her blog. From there, she started her podcast, which now has hit over 10 million downloads. She realized over the course of this time that she is a teacher at heart. She runs everything like she is an educator, and in order to provide transformation, she had to impart actionable knowledge--which manifested, in this case, as a partnership with an online community, course, and physical product. That way, her pricing is up to her and she can quantify the value she is bringing on her own scale. Lisa understands that she could take all the good things she’s learned and knows the impact her course, community, and product can bring. Because of that, she can cater the value she brings to women, as she understands that more often than not, women have a unique goal in their heart that they either can’t find the time to pursue or are made to feel bad when they do take action. Lisa is there to solve that. With her organization process, she can facilitate that growth. Lisa’s business revolves around an organizational $97 “Sunday Basket.” There are 3 things you need to organize your home. The first is to eliminate your to-do list and kitchen counter paper pile. You can get 5 extra hours of your day by doing just that. Once you realize your brain is not a to-do list maker, and you can delay your decision-making to one day a week (Sunday) you find free time throughout your day. Then, throughout the 100-day course, Lisa offers, you go through your house and get it organized. For most people, it takes 3 rounds or 1 calendar year. If you remember that 5 hours you got back, that is now transformed into 12 hours a week that you didn’t use to have. Lisa’s journey to success in sales is full of key decisions. The first thing she learned is that she didn’t want to do is set up a recurring payment model. Lisa found that the women she’s working with already have a lot on their plate that they’re trying to organize--adding a monthly payment to that only adds to the stress. A flat rate is simple, one time, and out of mind. Her pricing is high enough to deter non-interested buyers but low enough to be doable if you’re invested for life. Number two: the value she is bringing is probably worth more than what Lisa is charging, but she avoids the “and you get THIS added on!” marketing tactic. When she started her business, she decided the price and charged it, even though she knows the true value. In not giving a discount, she solidifies her model without question. By doing this, she never needs to run sales nor teach her potential clients that you never charge full price. It’s worth having folks put off a purchase if they come when they’re 100% ready to invest in the growth they’re getting. Lisa doesn’t pressure people into buying! It’s so effective, Lisa’s only had 2 refunds--ever. Lisa’s background in direct sales has provided her with a lot of perspective and insight into running her business now. She learned 4 things every business does: Pink--leads & marketing Purple--the product & VIP customers Blue--team & personal development Green--P&L & admin tasks She figured out that many people are REALLY good at one of these aspects, but because you may not have time to improve the other sections, your business doesn’t grow. This is a holistic approach, you need all parts of the puzzle. These are completely different skillsets, so it’s important to allocate time and energy to each color. For Lisa and many other women, the guilt of the to-do list comes with being a woman either in a household or not. It’s not wife & mother to carve out a day to impart a system to a business. There is a mental block for some generations of women that disallow for that to happen. Once you realize you’re not a professional duster, the mental shifts towards passions. What business owner is going to listen to your podcast and worry about you cleaning baby bottles? It’s about the impact you can have on society without detriment to other aspects of your life. Breaking through that six-figure mark for Lisa was all about those pink and purple parts of your business’s foundation. Find your weakness and reframe your perspective. Focus on sales & marketing and the leads will take care of themselves. Share and share authentically on a platform that you’re comfortable on and where your audience is. In addition, sell your physical time. It’s that simple. From there, sell your team’s time, your business’s time, whatever. Have that space. LINKS https://organize365.com/ https://www.instagram.com/organize365/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/lisawoodruff/ https://organize365.com/podcast/
Let's Get Organized! Featuring Lisa Woodruff Author of The Mindset of Organization
A roundtable discussion on a variety of workplace topics for senior-serving professionals. Ample time to make announcements if you have a position in your organization or if you are looking for a job! This month our guest is Lisa Woodruff, Founder and CEO of Organize 365 and the author of The Mindset of Organization, The Paper Solution, and How ADHD Affects Home Organization. Lisa will share tips, techniques and solutions to keep our workplace settings organized and productive!
Organizing Your Home, Your Paper, and Your Life with Organize365's Lisa Woodruff EP 33
Best Laid Plans
Long-time listeners will know Sarah has been a long term admirer of Organize 365 founder and CEO Lisa Woodruff for quite some time. In today's episode, Sarah has Lisa share some of her greatest ideas (and there are many!) that pertain to organizing time, organizing households, and ultimately increasing productivity and the ability to live with intention. Find more of Lisa's work by checking out her book, The Paper Solution, or via her site at organize365.com!
Lisa Woodruff: “The Paper Solution: What to Shred, What to Save, and How to Stop It From Taking Over Your Life”
Talking with Authors
This is the thirty-first episode of "Talking with Authors" by HEC Media and HEC Books. We're a program dedicated to speaking with some of the best selling authors around, covering many different genres.We’re excited to be able to come back to you after an unplanned hiatus due to the Coronavirus Pandemic of 2020. Since no authors were able to travel, and our partners at the St. Louis County Library and Left Bank Books were physically closed in the early days of social distancing, we were unable to conduct many of the scheduled interviews that we had planned. But, after the initial weeks of the global shutdown, we were able to set up remote video interviews with many authors. And in the coming weeks, we’ll be providing you with the audio of these interviews. The sound quality may be slightly different than our previous podcasts, but they all still contain the great content that you’ve come to expect.Our guest this time is founder and CEO of Organize 365, Lisa Woodruff. We spoke with her via Zoom in July of 2020 about her latest book “The Paper Solution: What to Shred, What to Save, and How to Stop It From Taking Over Your Life” by publisher Penguin Random House.She is a professional organizer, productivity coach, and podcaster. She uses her background in education to help instruct other on how to better organize their living spaces. In this conversation she shares the story of how she became a professional organizer, and we’ll learn what to expect when starting to sort through personal papers as Lisa Woodruff joins us on this edition of Talking With Authors from HEC Media and HEC Books.HEC Media is a production company out of St. Louis, Missouri. With the help of independent bookstore Left Bank Books and St. Louis County Library, we are able to sit down with these amazing writers and thought leaders to discuss their work, their inspiration, and what makes them special. You can watch video versions of most of our interviews at hecmedia.org. Video Producer and Host – Victoria Babu Supervising Producer – Julie Winkle Video Editor – Peter Foggy Audio Editor- Ben Smith Production Support – Jayne Ballew and Christina Chastain HEC Media Executive Director - Dennis Riggs Talking with Authors Podcast Executive Producer - Christina Chastain Podcast Producer – Paul Langdon Podcast Host - Rod Milam You can follow us on all social media platforms. Just search for "Talking with Authors": Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/talkingwithauthors Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/talkingwithauthors Twitter: https://twitter.com/TalkingwAuthors
Done is Better than Perfect - Lisa Woodruff, Organize 365®
Let's Talk Tri Delta
Lisa Woodruff is a productivity specialist, home organization expert, and founder and CEO of Organize365®. Her goal is helping women reduce overwhelm, clear mental clutter and live a productive and organized life. As she started her company as a professional organizer, Lisa was able to use her background as an educator to teach organization as a skill. Through some of her powerful mantras like “Done is Better than Perfect,” she is able to empower others to recognize their worth and dedicate spared time to do what we are uniquely qualified to do. Lisa also introduces her Sunday Basket system for creating more time in your week through organization. Watch her recent LEADDD U event here and be sure to find more of her courses for Tri Deltas through LEADDDer.org! Organize365.comInstagram: Organize365
Lisa Woodruff: ...how to organize the mountains of paper we all accumulate
Nobody Told Me!
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the amount of paper you’ve accumulated? Have catalogs, magazines and tax records taken over more space than you’d like? Are you at a loss to decide how you’ll ever conquer the paper clutter around you? If so, you’ll want to hear what our guest, professional organizer Lisa Woodruff has to say. Lisa’s the author of several books on organization, including the latest, The Paper Solution: What to Shred, What to Save, and How to Stop It From Taking Over Your Life.***Thanks to our sponsors of this episode!--> BetterHelp: get 10% off your first month of online counseling if there are issues that are interfering with your happiness or preventing you from achieving your goals by visiting betterhelp.com/nobody.--> AirMedCare: new memberships cost as low as $65 a year and cover 38 states. For NTM listeners, choose up to a $50 Amazon or Visa gift card with a new membership. Go to airmedcare.com/nobody and use offer code 'NOBODY'. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Professional organizer Lisa Woodruff returns to the podcast to talk with me about how we can increase our productivity and happiness by conquering paper clutter in our homes and offices using the system described in her excellent new book, The Paper Solution.
1081: Organizing Important Documents in a Pandemic Recession with Lisa Woodruff, Author of The Paper Solution
So Money with Farnoosh Torabi
America is drowning in paper. If you stacked all the paper the average family uses in just one year, the piles would be as tall as a two-story house. And 43% of Americans categorize themselves as “disorganized.” Lisa Woodruff to the rescue. She is an organizational expert and author of THE PAPER SOLUTION: What to Shred, What to Save, and How to Stop It From Taking Over Your Life. Now more than ever, with the pandemic upon us, the need to have our paperwork organized is paramount. Lisa offers advice and free resources to help us all improve our relationship with paper. Check out www.organize365.com for Lisa's free emergency medical printables. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
72. Organizing Your Homeschool with Lisa Woodruff of Organize 365
Homeschool with Moxie Podcast
Here's my chat with professional organizer Lisa Woodruff of Organize365.com and all her best tips for organizing your homeschool.Show notes are at www.4onemore.com/72--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/homeschoolwithmoxie/support